Widow Vows to Fight Murder Charge As Tycoon Buried in Nairobi

Under the watchful eye of prison warders, Sarah Wairimu laid a bunch of flowers on the grave of her late husband Tob Cohen, whose death has gripped Kenya. Wairimu, who is accused of killing the well-known  golf organiser and burying him in an underground water tank, said: "One thing Tob taught me is not to take no for an answer. So, even in this I'm going to fight. And even as we stand here ... the ones responsible for Tob's death... your days are numbered."

Sarah Wairimu Cohen, widow of the late Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen, lay flowers at her late husband's grave on September 24, 2019 at the Jewish Cemetery in Nairobi.

Sarah Wairimu Cohen, wife of the late Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen, lays flowers at her late husband's grave on September 24, 2019. Cohen was buried at the Jewish Cemetery on Prof Wangari Mathai Road in Nairobi.

Photo: Capital FM

Sarah Wambui shovels soil into her late husband's grave at the Jewish cemetery on September 24, 2019.

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